Now, the paranoid Benjamin Netanyahu really needs his psychiatrist Moshe Yatom, who committed suicide , leaving a suicide note for Bibi, saying: “You sucked the life right out of me. I can’t take anymore”.
Reader may have noticed that Bibi has recently stopped threatening Iran with an Israeli attack before the US election. Now, he talks about the need for the West to set “red lines” that would constitute a cause belli if Tehran crosses them. Why Bibi is toning down his BS? The Israeli media has claimed that it’s due to the fact that Bibi’s ‘loony buddy’, defense minister Gen. Ehud Barak has backstabbed Bibi by bailing out of the proverbial ship heading for an attack on the Islamic Republic.
As if Barak’s backstabbing was not enough – now Israel-Firster Hillary Clinton, too, refuses to board that proverbial ship heading for a suicidal mission. On Sunday night, talking at the Bloomberg Radio, Hillary Clinton rejected Bibi’s “red line” crap by saying: “We’re not setting deadlines”. Hillary added that “negotiations are by far the best approach to prevent Iran developing nuclear bombs“.
In order to calm down Israeli radical Zionazi Jews before being called “a Jew hater”, she said: “The Israelis (with a stockpile of 400 nuclear bombs) are more anxious about a quick response because they feel that they’re right in the bullseye, so to speak. But we’re convinced that we have more time to focus on these sanctions, to do everything we can to bring Iran to a good-faith negotiation“.
So why this western sabre rattling of a ‘nuclear Iran’ being an ‘existential threat’ to the Zionist entity or to the world peace? Here is a good answer from William PFAFF, a journalist, author and Op-Ed writer.
“Israel’s present policy is not based on fear of a nuclear attack by Iran (or by an Iranian proxy). It is calculated to prevent the United States from imposing on Israel a solution to its relationship with the Palestinians. They do not wish a permanent legal frontier dividing them from some new and recognized Palestinian state – a frontier sponsored and also guaranteed by the United States, as well as by international law,” says William PFAFF.
Former US Congressman Paul Findley, wrote in the GulfNews on February 22, 2012: “Israel’s immediate goal is to make the United States its partner in a planned conventional assault on Iran. To that end, Israel’s US lobby is trying to convince the American people Iran is a bad actor and a sinister force in the raging Syrian civil war. Israel has such mastery of US media this goal may be easily achieved…. Except for Pakistan, all Muslim countries lack such deterrence. If Iran possessed even one nuclear warhead, Israel would not be beating drums for assault of the Tehran regime“.
British veteran journalist and author, Jonathan Cook, wrote on September 10 that while American politicians bend backward to show their love for Israel – the US officials and its intelligence agencies have never trusted the Zionist regime since the day one.
“Pentagon had scaled back next month’s joint military exercise, Austere Challenge, with the Israeli military that had been billed as the largest and most significant in the two countries’ history. A senior Israeli military official told Time magazine what the Pentagon’s rethink had conveyed: “Basically what the Americans are saying is, ‘We don’t trust you’.“
And finally a sensible statement from an Israeli journalist, Larry Derfner: “If Israel and America want to prevent a Middle East nuclear arms race, which was started by Israel 40 years ago, let Israel give up its nukes first. And if Israel is unwilling to do that, let Israel and America stop complaining about Iran – or anyone else.”